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  EMBO-Journal: 15 September 1995 (Volume 14:18)  
  September 15, 1995

virtual library in human genetics and molecular biology

 
     

Oxford University Press
  Date of publishing: September, 1995  
  ISSN 0261 - 4189


AU GOMIS-RUTH-F-X. GOMEZ-M. BODE-W. HUBER-
R. AVILES-F-X.
TI The three-dimensional structure of the native
ternary complex of bovine pancreatic
procarboxypeptidase A with proproteinase E and
chymotrypsinogen C.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4387-4394.

AU STERNER-R. DAHM-A. DARIMONT-B. IVENS-A.
LIEBL-W. KIRSCHNER-K.
TI (beta alpha) -barrel proteins of tryptophan
biosynthesis in the hyperthermophile Thermotoga
maritima.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4395-4402.

AU VAN DOORNINCK-J-H. FRENCH-P-J. VERBEEK-E.
PETERS-R-H-P-C. MORREAU-H. BIJMAN-J.
SCHOLTE-B.
TI A mouse model for the cystic fibrosis F508
mutation.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4403-4411.

AU BOST-S. BELIN-D.
TI A new genetic selection identifies essential
residues in SecG, a componenet of the Escherichia
coli protein export machinery.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4412-4421.

AU AZZOUZ-N. STRIEPEN-B. GEROLD-P.
CAPDEVILLE-Y. SCHWARZ-R-T.
TI Glycosylinositol-phosphocermide in the free-living
protozoan Paramecium primaurelia: modification of
core glycans by mannosyl phosphate.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4422-4433.

AU SUGIMOTO-A. HOZAK-R-R. NAKASHIMA-T.
NISHIMOTO-T. ROTHMAN-J-H.
TI dad-1, an endogenous programmed cell death
suppressor in caenorhabditis elegans and
vertebrates.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4434-4441.

AU MOSNER-J. MUMMENBRAUER-T. BAUER-C.
SCZAKIEL-G. GROSSE-F. DEPPERT-W.
TI negative feedback regulation of wild-type p53
biosynthesis.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18). P
4442-4449.

AU PORTER-J-A. MINKE-B. MONTELL-C.
TI calmodulin binding to Drosophila NinaC required
for termination of phototransduction.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4450-4459.

AU GARCIA-P-D. ONRUST-R. BELL-S-M. SAKMAR-T-
P. BOURNE-H-R.
TI Transducin-alpha C-terminal mutations prevent
activation by rhodopsin: a new assay using
recombinant proteins expressed in cultured cells.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4460-4469.

AU MAINIERO-F. PEPE-A. WARY-K-K. SPINARDI-L.
MOHAMMADI-M. SCHLESSINGER-J. GIANCOTTI-
F-G.
TI Signal transduction by the alpha beta integrin:
distinct beta subunit sites mediate recruitment
of Shc/Grb2 and association with the cytoskeletion
of hemidesmosomes.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4470-4481.

AU DAVIES-A-M. MINICHIELLO-L. KLEIN-R.
TI Developmental changes in NT3 signalling via TrkA
and TrkB in embryonic neurons.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4482-4489.

AU JACKSON-S-P. SCHOENWAELDER-S-M.
MATZARIS-M. BROWN-S. MITCHELL-C-A.
TI Phosphatidylinositol 3,4,5-trisphosphate is a
substrate for the 75 kDa inositol polyphosphate
5-phophatase and a novel 5-phosphatase which forms
a complex with the p85/p110 form of
phosphoinositide 3-kinase.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4490-4500.

AU GRANT-P-A. THOMPSON-C-B. PETTERSSON-S.
TI IgM receptor-mediated transactivation of the IgH
3'enhancer couples a novel Elf-1-AP-1 protein
complex to the developmental control of enhancer
function.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4501-4513.

AU ZWICKER-J. LUCIBELLO-F-C. WOLFRAIM-L-A.
GROSS-C. TRUSS-M. ENGELAND-K. MULLER-R.
TI Cell cycle regulation of the cyclin A, cdc25C and
cdc2 genes is based on a common mechanism of
transcriptional repression.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4514-4522.

AU CHOY-H-E. PARK-S-W. AKI-T. PARRACK-P.
FUJITA-N. ISHIHAMA-A. ADHYA-S.
TI Repression and activation of transcription by Gal
and lac repressors: involvement of alpha subunit
of RNA polymerase.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4523-4529.

AU KANAAR-R. LEE-A-L. RUDNER-D-Z. WEMMER-
D-E. RIO-D-C.
TI Interaction of the Sex-lethal RNA binding domains
with RNA.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4530-4539.

AU SIMPSON-G-G. CLARK-G-P. ROTHNIE-H-M.
BOELENS-W. VAN CENROOIJ-W. BROWN-J-W-S.
TI Molecular characterization of the spliceosomal
proteins U1A and U2B" from higher plants.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4540-4550.

AU WILLIAMS-K-P. CIAFRE-S. TOCCHINI-VALENTINI-
G-P.
TI Selection of novel Mg -dependent self-cleaving
ribozymes.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4551-4557.

AU DECATUR-W-A. EINVIK-C. JOHANSEN-S. VOGT-
V-M.
TI Two group I ribozymes with different functions in
a nuclear rDNA intron.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4558-4568.

AU MORFELDT-E. TAYLOR-D. VON GABAIN-A.
ARVIDSON-S.
TI Activation of alpha-toxin translation in
Staphylococcus aureus by the trans-encoded
antisense RNA, RNAIII
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4569-4577.

AU URLAUB-H. KRUFT-V. BISCHOF-O. MULLER-E-C.
WITTMANN-LIEBOLD-B.
TI Protein-rRNA binding features and their structural
and functional implications in riobsomes as
determined by cross-linking studies.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4578-4588.

AU DE MASSY-B. ROCCO-V. NICOLAS-A.
TI The nucleotide mapping of DNA double-strand breaks
at the CYS3 initiation site of meiotic
recombination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4589-4598.

AU LIU-J. WU-T. LICHTEN-M.
TI The location and structure of double-strand DNA
breaks induced during yeast meiosis: evidence for
a covalently linked DNA-protein intermediate.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4599-4608.

AU SOUSA-R. PADILLA-R.
TI A mutant T7 RNA polymerase as a DNA polymerase.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4609-4621.

AU SALA-M. WAIN-HOBSON-S. SCHAEFFER-F.
TI Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse
transcriptase G:T mispair formation on RNA and DNA
templates with mismatched primers: a kinetic and
thermodynamic study.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4622-4627.

AU TOMLINSON-I-M. COX-J-P-L. GHERARDI-E.
LESK-A-M. CHOTHIA-C.
TI The structural repertoire of the human V domain.
SO EMBO-J. 1995 SEPTEMBER 15. 14(18).
P 4628-4638.

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